VB2021 localhost is over, but the content is still available to view!

Posted by    on   Oct 11, 2021

VB2021 localhost - VB's second virtual, and entirely free to attend VB conference - took place last week and was a great success.

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If you missed it, don't worry, the content is still available to view.

You can rewind and watch the two live broadcasts, each of which features eight presentations and live Q&A with the speakers, and there are more than 30 presentations available in the on-demand library as well as 12 presentations in the Threat Intelligence Practitioners' Summit (TIPS), brought to you by our co-host the Cyber Threat Alliance.

All the content can now be viewed at https://vblocalhost.com/.

For those who tuned in last week, we would like to thank you all for coming along for the ride, as well as a huge thanks to all the speakers, partners, workshop hosts, the incredible tech team at Acorn AV and the wonderful host of the live show, Angela Lamont.

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